Sunday January 27, 2019, Mindful Eating Meditation & Nature Ramble


Sunday January 27,  2018, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Genesis Spiritual Life & Conference Center

53 Mill Street
Westfield, MA 01085
Phone: 413.562.3627
 
The food of life is found not only on our plates (or bag of take-out) but also within five integral life areas. Sustenance is found within the quality of our rest, companionship, novelty, exercise, and outdoor nature time too.
 
How you fulfill your unique needs depends on understanding what floats your boat!  You are one of eight billion people living on this beautiful planet. Our consumer culture preaching one size fits all makes discovering what gives or dissipates our life energies a challenge. Why not turn the challenge into a game of detection. Mindfulness, the current term for an age-old wisdom practice, is key.
 
Whether you’re seeking a healthier weight, new friendship, struggling with depression, contending with a bully at work, or simply wish to be outside more often, the obstacles preventing you from experiencing the change you seek are found in the moment. Key to mindfulness; staying with the sensations experienced within your body. Are your shoulders tight, do you have a stomach ache or tightness in your chest, maybe a hot flash’s sweaty exit has awakened you? This is a powerful mindful practice step. Noticing (not analyzing) the thoughts running through your mind naturally allows a gap, a step away from the ruckus of thoughts streaming through your mind. This moment of self-witness de-escalates reactive energy. Paying attention to your body sensations and inner narratives allows you to step back and take stock.
 
Bully at work says something mean. Mindful moment: Do I want to say something now about how painful his statement was to me? Nope, I’ll wait until I have more clarity and have gained my composure or…
 
That pint of ice-cream would really taste good, why not? Mindful moment: I am on a no sugar dairy-eating plan, will this ice-cream feel-good experience last very long?
 
I’ll skip my planned visit to the YMCA today I’m too tired. Mindful moment: my body isn’t so tired, my mind is! Last time I entertained skipping but went anyway I remember I felt better after I worked out.
 
Remember, mindful eating from all areas of life is an inside job. You are the expert on YOU!
 
When we listen, our inner compass is revealed. 
 

Sunday, November 11, Nature As Mentor



Sunday, November 11, 2018, from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Genesis Spiritual Life & Conference Center
53 Mill Street
Westfield, MA 01085
Phone: 413.562.3627
Learn about and experience the simple power of nature’s wisdom and healing effects through this talk, guided meditations, and compelling outside experiential activities.
 

October 6 - December 2018 Solo Art Show


Restoration: A show of my recent nature-based abstract photographic digital composites. Venue White Memorial Conservation Centers A.B. Ceder Gallery. Opening October 6, 2018 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

A thread-like intelligence attracts my attention in the art-making process. These attractions are the foundation of my creative impulse, and they are everywhere. My job as an artist is to follow their pull, collaborating as best as I can to reveal something new to both myself and for those experiencing my work.
 
Smells, colors, landscape, people, sound, dreams, the garbage strewn on the side of a highway-- all are infused with this energy.
 
Like words used to build a story, sensory attractions build my experience. I wait, listen, trust, pause, listen, leap, stop, and begin again to collect, compose, wonder, experience. Making art is full of tiny rich steps needing attention and care.
 
Eventually, I become a translator, using my camera and digital paintbrush to communicate the essence of this collaboration with Nature.

Fuller Craft Museum, Art Show: Playtime in the Making May 19 - September 16, 2018


Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA: Playtime in the Making is a large-scale art installation that speaks to the value of “play” in creativity. Produced by a team of four artists – Tommy Simpson, Karen LaFleur, Nancy Tucker, and Marlow Shami – the project’s intent is to honor “play” as a vital partner in the creative thinking process by guiding the visitor through the four stages of creativity in a “the more you look, the more you see” puzzle. The installation will include furniture, textiles, laser/router work, as well as hand-carvings, writing, animation, original music, and documentary film. Fuller Craft Museum will be the inaugural venue of this traveling exhibition. In conjunction with Playtime in the Making, renowned Tiny House builder Deek Diedricksen will be constructing an indoor playground in an adjacent gallery. See  Fuller Craft Museum's website:  https://fullercraft.org/exhibitions/upcoming/

June 6, 2018 Mindful Eating Meditation & Nature Ramble, Bethlehem Library


The Mindful Eating Meditation and Nature Ramble program is designed to provide the experience, information, and inspiration to help deepen understanding and awareness of the challenges and benefits of cultivating mindfulness of the five food groups in daily life.

Whether seeking a healthier weight, new friendship, struggling with depression, contending with a bully at work, or simply a wish to be outside more often, the obstacles preventing one from experiencing the change sought are found in the moment.

How we fulfill our unique needs depends on understanding what floats our boat!   Each of us is one of eight billion people living on this beautiful planet. Our consumer culture preaching one size fits all makes discovering what kinds of foods give or dissipate our life energies a challenge. Why not turn the challenge into a game of detection. Mindfulness, the current term for an age-old wisdom practice, is key.


 

May 23, 2018 6:30 - 8:00 pm Mindful Eating Meditation & Nature Ramble, Canton, CT


The food of life is found not only on our plates (or bag of take-out) but also within five integral life areas. Sustenance is found within the quality of our rest, companionship, novelty, exercise, and outdoor nature time too.
 
How we fulfill our unique needs depends on understanding what floats our boat!   Each of us is one of eight billion people living on this beautiful planet. Our consumer culture preaching one size fits all makes discovering what kinds of foods give or dissipate our life energies a challenge. Why not turn the challenge into a game of detection. Mindfulness, the current term for an age-old wisdom practice, is key.
 
Whether seeking a healthier weight, new friendship, struggling with depression, contending with a bully at work, or simply a wish to be outside more often, the obstacles preventing one from experiencing the change sought are found in the moment.
 
The Mindful Eating Meditation and Nature Ramble program is designed to provide the experience, information, and inspiration to help deepen understanding and awareness of the challenges and benefits of cultivating mindfulness of the five food groups in daily life.
 

June 14, 2018 6:30 -8:00 p.m. Experience Your Nature As Healer


June 14 6:30 - 8:00 PM New Milford Public Library, New Milford, CT

Experience Your Nature As Healer:
Discover how every day and anywhere nature can guide, calm, inform and restore you with teacher and healer Marlow Shami. Empirical studies conducted over the past twenty years confirm that contact with natural world and meditation can lift your spirits, reduce anxiety, alleviate pain, increase brain function, and help cultivate a sense of belonging and compassion.  In this program, beautiful and compelling images support Marlow’s focus on the challenges and rewards of connecting with nature in a mass-technological culture. 

April 14, 2018 Spring Passage Meditation & Nature Ramble


April 14, 10:00 -11:30 a.m. White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield, CT Ceder Room

Spring Passage Meditation & Nature Ramble

Enjoy deep relaxation and renewal during this guided meditation and walk designed with this very beautiful season in mind. Softly enter the woodland path with a quiet mind and open heart; this slow amble leads us to soft moss underfoot, murmuring pines above, and the sweet chick-a – dee – dee – dee calling out our presence. The forest is alive with an infinite variety of sensory attractions, all potential guides, and healers for each of us. Renew yourself within this collective exploration where hearts think and minds feel. Your inner nature is designed to collaborate with the natural world of which each of us is part and parcel. It is here, nature elicits wisdom and surprise. 10:00 a.m., A. B. Ceder Room, Members: Free, Non Members: $5.00, Pre-registration and prepayment are required. Call 860-567-0857 to pre-register.

March 18, 2018 Listening to Nature, Your Mentor


March 18, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Ansonia Nature Center, Ansonia, CT
Listening to Nature Your Mentor:
Discover how every day and anywhere nature can guide, calm, inform, and restore you. Enjoy a beautifully illustrated talk, out-of-door nature connecting activities, and deep guided visualization. Marlow will share both the wisdom of elder/earth-based cultures as well as recent empirical research in the fields of ecopsychology and environmental psychology, mindfulness-based stress reduction, meditation, and energy medicine. This 90-minute workshop is designed for adults seeking inspirational guidance and healing restoration within their daily lives. 

March 16, 2018 True Colors Annual Conference


Friday, March 16, 2:45 - 4:00 PM Experience Your Nature As Healer:
This experiential workshop focuses on how our relationship with Nature determines the quality of our lives and our world. We will tap our natural ability to receive wise counsel on personal and cultural challenges, and experience how nature recycles problems and offers fresh ideas, insights, and energy.

LOCATION: UCONN, Storrs, Connecticut
 
True Colors offers the largest and most comprehensive conference in the country focused on LGBTQ youth issues. Now in its 25th year, the conference hosts more than 3,500 participants from the Northeast and Nationally. With more than 220 workshops to choose from, the conference offers something for everyone!

 

Feb. 10, 2018 10:00 am Mindful Eating and Nature Ramble


Meet in the A.B. Ceder room located within the White Memorial Conservation Center, 80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield CT.

Enjoy a deep guided meditation and nature ramble within a beautiful wildlife sanctuary. Deepen your understanding of your unique temperament and nutritional needs. Experience how our understanding and respect for our temperament and nutritional need enables mindful eating, living, and compassion.


2017 Nature As Healer Programs & Nature As Mentor Programs


May 4:  7 pm, Nature As Healer, Whitneyville Library, Hamden, CT
 
May 11:  6 pm, Nature As Mentor, Torrington Library,  CT
 
May 18: 1pm, Nature As Healer, Manross Library, Bristol, CT
 
May 25: 2pm, Nature As Healer, East Hartford Library, E. Htfd. CT
 
August 24: 6pm Nature As Healer, Prosser Library, Bloomfield, CT
 
September 7: 6:30pm Nature As Healer, Meriden Library, Meriden CT

September 30: 10am Nature As Mentor, Whiter Memorial, Litchfield CT
 
  

2016 CT's Woodbury Library hosts Nature As Healer


Enjoy a Special Evening of Restoration

with Nature!
 September 29, 2016
7:00PM-8:30PM

The evening starts with a beautifully illustrated talk, which is followed by a guided meditation. The meditation is especially designed to help relax and cultivate receptivity to nature’s restorative powers.  The program concludes with an out-of-doors nature based activity designed to instill all you have experienced.

Experience Nature As Healer in Goshen, CT


 Enjoy a Special Evening of Restoration

with Nature!

Tuesday July 19, 2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

I’m thrilled to bring Experience Nature As Healer to my hometown library! The evening starts with a beautifully illustrated talk, which is followed by a guided meditation. The meditation is especially designed to help relax and cultivate receptivity to nature’s restorative powers.  The program concludes with an out-of-doors nature based activity designed to instill all you have experienced.

Experience Nature As Healer July 21, 2016 in Torrington, CT





Nature As Healer
Talk & Workshop with Marlow Shami, M.S.
 
Experience Your Source of Power & Beauty
 
Immerse Yourself in 
a Healing Guided Meditation
 
Enjoy Time for Restoration
 
I urge you to attend this presentation.
You have everything to gain.
~ Harry Ainsworth President, Litchfiled Hills Audubon Society
 
I got more from this short, guided meditation
and activity than I ever 
dreamed I would.
~Mary Danboise, Director of the Nature Center at RMSP, NY
 
This was such a positive experience for students
 and staff to be able to get in touch with ourselves...it reminded
 us to reconnect with a good place. I have used it already
~High School Guidance Counselor
 
I loved the information and guided meditation. 
I haven’t felt so calm for a long time.

~Jackie Kutuer, Teacher

Experience Nature As Healer July 14, 2016





Roxbury, CT
 Minor Memorial Library Hosts
Nature As Healer
Tuesday July 14, 2016 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
 

This talk, illustrated with beautiful compelling images, is followed by a powerful guided meditation, and one simple outdoor activity. Nature As Healer is designed to provide information, insight, and tools that help each of us deal with the challenges and rewards of connecting with nature, anywhere! -- no matter how rushed, messy, or stressful your life is!

2016 NATURE AS A HEALER WITH MARLOW D. J. SHAMI – Sun. May 22, 2 pm


NATURE AS A HEALER WITH MARLOW D. J. SHAMI – Sun. May 22, 2 pm
Join Marlow Shami—teacher, artist, and writer—for an experiential workshop in experiencing the simple power of nature’s healing effects through guided meditation, natural-healing touch, and out-of-doors activities with Nature. Participants learn simple yet profound methods of connecting one’s inner nature with the web of life, and in the process, deepen sensitivity to Nature’s wisdom. No meditation experience necessary. All that’s needed is a blanket/mat if you prefer to lie down for meditation and comfortable clothes for in and out of doors. FREE. Please register in advance.

Experience Nature As Healer, East Hampton, CT 2016



Be The Awe ~ May 23, 2015


 The most beautiful emotion we can experience is the mysterious. It is the power of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead.
Albert Einstein.
 May 23, 2015 10:00 A.M - 12:00 P.M. White Memorial Conservation Center  Litchfield, CT Please call or email to preregister 860-567-0856, marlow@whitememorialcc.org
FREE -- donations help defray cost of Center expenses.
We’ve all experienced awe: that exquisite, powerful, mind-blowing -- and yet all too rare experience. Awe-ness awakens, peels away the numbing layers of everyday life opening us to the experience of a larger more vibrant world; one we meld into with a sense of homecoming.
Sunsets are notorious awe makers. So too are breathtakingly beautiful works of art or songs of worship, and sometimes  -- awe simply happens.
Where does this awe-ness come from? Why does it appear to be so elusive?
Jake Abrahamson writes about an awe inspiring event in Sierra Magazine:
 Scientifically speaking, the storm brought me into a state of awe, an emotion that, psychologists are coming to understand, can have profoundly positive effects on people. It happens when people encounter a vast and unexpected stimulus, something that makes them feel small and forces them to revise their mental models of what’s possible in the world. In its wake, people act more generously and ethically, think more critically when encountering persuasive stimuli, like arguments or advertisements, and often feel a deeper connection to others and the world in general. Awe prompts people to redirect concern away from the self and toward everything else. And about three-quarters of the time, it’s elicited by nature. (My highlight).
We live in a mass technological culture; crazy-busy – hear those cracking whips of multi-tasking? … and those lists, scribbled upon zillions of scraps of paper, and oodles of time spent connected to social media and monitors. All of which can be helpful and harmless when we make the time to balance these activities with the quiet of introspection and connection with the natural world.
I frequently need to remind myself that I am a part nature for all of the above reasons. It’s easy to fall down the rabbit hole of life’s inevitable business!
We don’t have to be witness to great art or eye-popping natural beauty in order to experience awe. Awe awakens when we remember through experience; we are a part of nature not apart from nature. In my upcoming Be the Awe Workshop, experience guided meditations and outdoor nature-based activities designed to enliven the awe within you. I’ll be sharing information and tools that support receptivity to awe in every-day life. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Ecopsycology form the foundation of this workshop.

Nature As Healer ~ Talk & Workshop Woodbury, CT 2015



Sunday, May 31st 2 P.M. - 4 P.M. Cost $10 members, $15 non-members. Please pre-register online or by calling 203-263-3711.

 

Discover how nature can guide, calm, inform and restore you every day and anywhere. Flanders hosts teacher, artist, and writer Marlow Shami, M.S. sharing how and why the natural world can help us to achieve these goals in a technology-driven world.

 

Studies conducted over the past 20 years confirm that contact with the natural world and meditation can lift spirits, reduce anxiety, alleviate pain, increase brain function and cultivate a sense of belonging and compassion. Join us!

 

Marlow’s program consists of an indoor presentation of beautiful and compelling images; guided meditation; and outdoor activities.

 

Marlow Shami conducts Nature as Healer workshops and talks throughout New England specializing on the healing connection between humans and the natural world.

Nature As Healer TALK & WORKSHOP ~ June 6 2015 New Haven, CT


Discover how every day and anywhere nature can help create peace, connection with others, guide, calm, inform and restore you with Marlow Shami.
 
New Haven Free Public Library – Ives Main Library, 133 Elm Street, New Haven CT 06510 (corner of Temple and Elm). 10:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
 
Studies conducted over the past twenty years confirm that contact with natural world and meditation can lift your spirits, reduce anxiety, alleviate pain, increase brain function, and help cultivate a sense of belonging and compassion.  In this lecture, beautiful and compelling images support Marlow’s focus on the challenges and rewards of connecting with nature in a mass-technological culture.  After the Power Point Talk experience the simple power of nature’s healing effects through guided meditation and outdoor activities allowing us to experience nature  
 
No charge but donations help offset program costs.  Everyone is welcome.  
 
Sponsored by the New Haven Bioregional Group and the New Haven Free Library

AWARD Most Innovation with the Medium by the Manhattan Arts International 2014


Wind was selected for the Most Innovation With the Medium Award by Artist Nancy Reyner. 
The Manhattan Arts International “Celebrate The Healing Power of Art” 2014 juried exhibition was launched on May 17, 2014.
 Fifty artists from around the world were selected as winners by Lilly Wei, who is an arts writer for Art in America magazine, and independent curator. 
You may view this exhibition at www.ManhattanArts.com

Connecticut Women Artists, Inc. 84th Annual Open Juried Exhibition

Over 200 works will be shown in this CWA 2013 84th Annual National Open Juried Show to be held at the Slater from August 31-September 27th, 2013. The Opening Reception will take place on Saturday, September 7th from 2-4 pm.
What an honor to have the work of the participating CT and National women artists juried into this show by the Director of the New Britain Museum of American Art.
Hope you are able to attend the Opening Reception on September 7th, 2013 at the Slater Memorial Museum in Norwich, CT.

Homelands: The Personal and Collective Landscape Explored


The ARTSproject of the University of Connecticut presents
Marlow Shami in a solo show entitled Homelands: The Personal and Collective Landscape Explored -- how dreams, senses, and the natural world collaborate in making the invisible visible.
January 28th - March 29th, 2013
Artist Talk and Reception Thursday, February 7th, 2013  7pm - 8:30pm Whitson Gallery
*inclement weather date Thursday, February 21st
Whitson Gallery & Brick Wall Exhibition Space, Adela Eads Classroom Building, UCONN Torrington 855 University Drive Torrington, CT

Solo Exhibit


TORRINGTON –Artist Marlow Shami will give a talk at the University of Connecticut Torrington Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. Ms. Shami’s talk is in conjunction with her UCONN show “Homelands: The Personal and Collective Landscape Explored,” featuring large, color digital montages, on view at the University’s Brick Wall Exhibition Space and Whitson Gallery.

Ms. Shami will discuss her career as a writer, videographer and artist, as well as focus on her creative process. Sponsored by the ARTS Project, the talk will be held in the Whitson Gallery, followed by a reception for the artist. The event is free and open to the public.

Ms. Shami’s work is at once abstract and realistic, reminiscent of mosaics with their multi-faceted areas of color and fragmented imagery of nature, symmetrically composed, yet still energized. “A thread-like intelligence attracts my attention in the art making process. These attractions are the foundation of my creative impulse, and they are everywhere,” she said. “My job as an artist is to follow their pull, collaborating as best as I can to reveal something new to both myself and for those experiencing my work.”

After a 12-year career working as an Emmy nominated CBS news videographer and award-winning independent producer, Ms. Shami became involved with yoga, energy medicine, spiritual healing, meditation, and has received an advanced degree in ecopsychology. She says that all of her experiences serve to guide her art-making process.

Ms. Shami’s work has been exhibited throughout Connecticut and Vermont and in New York and Nebraska. Her awards include a 1983 nomination for the Women in Communications Matrix Award; a 1982 Emmy Award Nominee by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Boston New England Chapter, for a news series co-produced with Gayle King; and the Montevideo Prize for Best Documentary, “Coming Out Of Violence,” in 1978.
As an artist, teacher, and writer she is interested in the human-nature relationship. Her current exhibit features a selection of work from her “Visual Memoirs” and “Restoration” series. In making the photographic montages for her “Visual Memoirs” series, she scanned old black-and-white photographs and combined them with color slides and digital painting. The raw material for her “Restoration” series was photographed in Connecticut’s northwest corner.

“Like words used to build a story, sensory attractions build my experience,” she wrote. “I wait, listen, trust, pause, listen, leap, stop, and begin again to collect, compose, wonder, experience. Making art is full of tiny rich steps needing attention and care.”

Located at the University of Connecticut Torrington campus, the ARTS Project promotes an environment that celebrates the visual arts. Conceived as a sister project to the Litchfield County Writers Project, the purpose of the ARTS Project is to present exhibits in both the Whitson Gallery and the Brick Wall Exhibition Space, sponsor artists’ talks, and develop programs that showcase individual artists as well as serve as a vehicle to explore the creative process. 

Restoration~picking up the pieces. A solo show


December 29, 2011-January 31, 2012
Restoration-picking up the pieces a solo show of new work.
 
Good News Cafe Gallery
694 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798
tel: info 860-491-2067 
203.266.4663

Nature, Creativity, and You.


Nature, Creativity, and You. 
May 14, 2011 
10:00am-4:00pm
Location: White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield, CT
 
Experience your authentic nature in action, be surprised! Discover how to access wise council from the natural world, without words. Dive into your creative well and return to celebrate your unique beauty.
 
You will discover anew, your authentic nature, through outdoor experiential activity, guided meditation, journaling/drawing, and group discussion. Each participant who would like to will experience a Nature’s-Healing-Touch by Marlow.
 
You will learn a powerful technique proven effective in treating stress related symptoms, depression and anxiety. This simple procedure enhances our creative abilities in problem solving, creative projects, and play.
 
Recent studies confirm that conscious connection with the natural world enhances creativity, cognitive function, minimizes symptoms of ADD/ADHD, and cultivates a sense of belonging.
 
Dress comfortably for inside and out-of-doors. Space is wheel chair accessible. $50 members, $55 non-members. Bring lunch.
 
 

The Memoir Project


The Memoir Project, a program of The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY Curated by the Arts Center's Literary Committee. "Changing Course: Mid-Life Epiphanies". My piece "The Shift" was selected. I'll be in Troy reading along with five other writers April 11, 2011 at 7 pm.
 
 
 

Flowers, Trees, Birds, Bees: Nature Explored


Flowers, Trees, Birds, Bees: Nature Explored. Juried by Alan Nyiri. Photoplace Gallery, Middlebury, VT  January 4 - 29,  2011
 

Illuminations Show Opening Reception June 14, 2010


Mass. General Hospital has a wonderful program (going on ten years now) of bringing art into the healing process. A group of patients, family members, and outpatient center employee's select the artwork they feel will inspire and calm.

I am honored to be one of 17 artists selected. There are 150 plus pieces of art work hung in 9 waiting rooms through out the center and at the MGH Danvers MA facility.

June-September 2010 Illuminations Exhibit at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center

OPENING RECEPTION Monday June 14, 2010 5:30-7:00PM opening remarks 6PM, 10th floor at the Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care 55 Fruit St. Boston MA

Salmagundi Club Show

Annual Juried Photography & Graphics Exhibition

Salmagundi Club
47 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003

June 28-July 9, 2010

Reception and Awards Friday July 9, 2010
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

My new work "Imprint," a digital photographic Composite will hang within this group of varied and talented artists.


Exhibition open to the public: 7 days a week, 1:00 - 5:00pm, June 28 through July 9, 2010

Botanical Dreams And Nightmares


Botanical Dreams & Nightmares, Juried by Cynthia Rosnoy, PhD Curator, Mattatuck Museum.

The Gallery Of Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT Celebrates it's 20th Anniversary.

April 25-May 26, 2010

Reception: Sunday, April 25, 1-3:30PM Live Jazz by the Carol Sudhalter Duo.

32 artists in all. My new piece in the Restoration series, "Iris," will keep company with this fine grouping of art work.



Litchfield County Times interview


Jamie Ferris, reporter and photographer for the Litchfield County Times, looks into my works "back story."

Public Radio Interview


Faith on the right, after recording a show segment about my art work. Faith is a brilliant interviewer, welcoming, fun. This two time Peabody award winning Public Radio show is celebrating it's 29th year!

Visual Memoirs and Restoration Exhibition 1/3/10-1/30/10 Litchfield, CT


Visual Memoirs and Restoration Exhibition 1/3/10-1/30/10 Litchfield, CT. Two bodies of work in a solo show at the Gallery in the Oliver Wolcott Library, Litchfield, CT.

Mystery of the Carved Head


The first press on my work.
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